Northern Hotel

Address: 2 Clerk Street, Brechin, Angus, Scotland, DD9 6AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Clerk Street, Brechin.
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      Early start, 6am flight! ��

      A travel blog entry by lcgordon on Dec 17, 2014


      Alarm set for 2.30am so it was early to bed. Woke up quite fresh and all ready for our holidays. Flight left Aberdeen on time and was fairly smooth, arrived at Amsterdam to find our flight out was delayed by 2hrs, 35 mins!! :-( There was nothing else for it, off to the business lounge for a refreshment! The flight ...

      That's a wrap

      A travel blog entry by graemefarquhar on Dec 13, 2014

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      ... its passengers then drive off with all their
      belongings will return; that street food is probably insanely unhygienic but
      ultimately delicious; that sealed boxes that take up half a bus and are taken
      over borders are probably full of illegal products (the bribes at every police
      checkpoint en route solidifies this belief). I don't know where the buses would
      go for an hour. I don't know what ingredients went into street food or how they
      were prepared. I ...

      Farm tour

      A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jul 30, 2013

      Today we met up with Wilson who is David's father and Hamish Grimm's cousin. He still works and lives on the farm. He gave us the grand tour in his ute. First we went to the local hall at Menmuir and then onto the local school and school house where Esther's Great Grandfather taught and lived. Also the church next door where there was plenty of Spalding graves. From there we went past the Brown and White Caterthun which the latest Grimm farm is named after. We also saw the manse at ...

      And back across the country again!

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 22, 2013

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      ... key, which is a giant iron bar of a thing, with a silly little keyring attached - as if you need it! Going up, we didn't realise there is an electric light switch inside the tower so climbed up in increasing gloom, finally reaching the roof in almost complete pitch dark. The roof opens up at the end of a very narrow little ladder, and from on top one has a lovely 360 degree view of the area. Luckily, coming in out of the bright sunlight, we found the light switch ...

      St Andrews and The Fishing Villages of Fife

      A travel blog entry by nslater on Dec 16, 2012

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      ... centre, and have lunch.

      Heading homewards we travel across the Lomond hills, descending to Loch Leven (scene of Mary Queen of Scots imprisonment and escape) and on to the pretty little town of South Queensferry for a relaxing late-afternoon walk, before we return to Edinburgh.

      Tour highlinghts: Aberdour, Anstruther, Pittenweem, Crail, St Monans, St Andrews, Loch Leven, South Queensferry, Forth Road and Rail Bridges.